My company has directly used the Google Maps API before and once we got above a certain number of API calls we had to start paying for the service. I've noticed that the lightning:map feature of Aura and Web Components uses the Google Maps API. Do you also have to pay for API calls when you use a lightning:map or is that just included as a feature as part of Salesforce?

This would be part of a managed packaged and that is sold on the App Exchange and so it would be prohibitive if we had to pay ever time a custom loaded a page with the lightning:map.

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